Massimo Bartoli

University of Turin

Massimo Bartoli graduated in Criminal and Forensic Psychology at the University of Turin (Italy) and has a 2nd level Master's degree in Psychopathology and Forensic Neuropsychology (University of Padua, Italy). He has worked with The Italian Society of Sexual Psychopathology (S.I.S.P.Se) on research projects concerning the psychopathological and neuropsychological characteristics of sexual offenders and the assessment of static and dynamic risk factors of sex-crime recidivism. Currently, he is a PhD student in Neuroscience at the University of Turin. One of the main aims of his PhD project is to investigate the possible association between executive dysfunctions and behavioural and functional aspects, including the capacity to act in the elderly in normal cognitive ageing and with neurocognitive disorders, and criminal recidivism.